Esports will serve as Lebanon Valley College's 26th varsity intercollegiate athletic program and its first co-ed sport. It will be the fifth new program added since the beginning of the decade, along with men's and women's lacrosse (2009–10), women's golf (2013–14), and women's ice hockey (2016–17).
LVC student-athletes made an impact on the field, in the classroom, and in the community this year. The College also introduced esports as its newest varsity team.
The reigning ECAC DIII Men's Soccer Champions defended their crown and home field by defeating Rutgers-Camden 3-2 to capture their second-consecutive ECAC Title on Sunday, Nov. 19. The Dutchmen finished their 2017 season with a 15-5-1 record.
Lebanon Valley softball and women's soccer player Sammy Bost '17 has been selected as the MAC Commonwealth's conference nominee for the 2017 NCAA Woman of the Year Award.
Lebanon Valley student-athletes joined Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf, legislators, advocates, and fellow student-athletes from schools across the state at the Capitol building on Wednesday, Sept. 6, for Governor Wolf's announcement of the introduction of his "It's On Us PA" campaign.